Competitor Research

  • How to Leverage from your Competitor’s Success

    … that are ranking for that keyword, and finally repurpose those contents. Step 4.4: After you publish your content, the next thing to do is to amplify it. You can simply follow tips on how to better amplify your content here and here. You can also study how your competitor’s contents are being promoted, or how their pages are acquiring backlinks…

    Pam Sallegue/ SEO Hacker Blogin How To's- 21 readers -
  • How to Conduct a Content Audit to Beat Your Competition

    … There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition. But, what if that competition is kicking your butt all over the Internet with highly shareable content? Many of us have been there and thought to ourselves: “What is it about the stuff on their site that makes them so special? How can I make my content stick like…

    Relevancein Social SEO Content How To's- 16 readers -
  • Free Tools to Spy On Your Competition

    … further insights such as similar sites that visitors visit, eye tracking analysis, and even keywords that they rank for. Compete does limit the number of URLs you can check in a 24 hour time period, so be sure to submit wisely when doing research. Alexa – Another tool to spy on your competitors is Alexa. Alexa collects data slightly different than…

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  • 3 Sneaky Tools to Spy on Your Competitors

    … start to pick up. In order to do some competitor research you’ll have to sign up to one of their deals, but you do get seven days free, so sign up and use the heck out of it to get a good idea as to what you need to be doing to get up those rankings. Majestic Nope, not the wine shop, but a fantastic tool which gives you lots of details about…

    Andy Calloway/ Calloway Greenin SEO Google- 16 readers -
  • How Researching Competitors Can Improve Your Blog Content

    Do you need ideas for blog topics? Do you know what content performs best for your competitors? When you know what content works for your competitors, you can use those topics to brainstorm ideas for your own blog articles. In this article I’ll share five ways to research your competitors’ content and tools to help you do that.

    Ian Cleary/ Social Media Examiner- 21 readers -